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MAAS 2.4.0 beta 2 released!

Hello MAASters! I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.4.0 beta 2 is now released and is available for Ubuntu Bionic. MAAS Availability MAAS 2.4.0 beta 2 is currently available in Bionic’s Archive or in the following PPA: ppa:maas/next MAAS 2.4.0 (beta2) New Features & Improvements MAAS Internals optimisation Continuing with MAAS’ internal surgery, a few more improvements have been made: Backend improvements Improve the image download process, […]

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MAAS 2.4.0 beta 1 released!

Hello MAASters! I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.4.0 beta 1 and python-libmaas 0.6.0 have now been released and are available for Ubuntu Bionic. MAAS Availability MAAS 2.4.0 beta 1 is currently available in Bionic -proposed waiting to be published into Ubuntu, or in the following PPA: ppa:maas/next MAAS 2.4.0 (beta1) Important announcements Debian package maas-dns no longer needed The Debian package ‘maas-dns’ has now been made […]

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MAAS 2.4.0 alpha 1 & python-libmaas 0.6.0 released!

Hello MAASters! I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.4.0 alpha 1 and python-libmaas 0.6.0 have now been released and are available for Ubuntu Bionic. MAAS Availability MAAS 2.4.0 alpha 1 is available in the Bionic -proposed archive or in the following PPA: ppa:maas/next   Python-libmaas Availability Libmaas is available in the Ubuntu Bionic archive or you can download the source from: […]

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MAAS Development Summary – July 28th 2017

Hello MAASters! The MAAS development summaries are back! The past three weeks the team has been made good progress on three main areas, the development of 2.3, maintenance for 2.2, and out new and improved python library (libmaas). MAAS 2.3 (current development release) The first official MAAS 2.3 release has been prepared. It is currently […]

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Getting Started with MAAS and Juju: MAAS Overview

For a while, I have been wanting to write about MAAS and how it can easily deploy workloads (specially OpenStack) with Juju, and the time has finally come. This will be the first of a series of posts where I’ll provide an Overview of how to quickly get started with MAAS and Juju. What is […]

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PowerNap Improvements session at UDS-O

After the success of the improvements of PowerNap in Ubuntu Natty 11.04, we will be having another session st UDS-O Thursday the 12th at 15:00. In this session we will discuss the following: Second Stage action when running in PowerSave mode. Support for port-ranges in Network Monitors Changing the polling monitoring system to an event […]

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HA Cluster Stack Session at UDS-O

Thursday the 12th at noon we will be having the HA Cluster Stack session. In the session we will discuss the following: Discuss the adoption of new upstream releases of the HA Cluster Stack to include in Oneiric in preparation for the next Ubuntu LTS release. Finish up work items from previous sessions (mainly documentation). […]

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PowerNap Improvements for Natty

For all of those who don’t know, “PowerNap is a screen saver for servers except it doesn’t save your screen, it saves the environment and lowers your energy bill.” Dustin Kirkland :). PowerNap was originally created by Dustin to be integrated with (UEC), but it has been extended for Home use. Originally, it put to sleep machines […]

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TestDrive: Testing an Ubuntu ISO in real Hardware??

So, last month I was reading the “Unity Desktop and maverick backport” thread at the ubuntu-devel list. The discussion at some point became about How to Test Natty (Unity Compiz specifically) in real hardware from early stages in the development cycle. So, Dustin recommended the use of TestDrive to do the testing. However, he also […]

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UPDATED: Cluster Stack and PowerNap sessions at UDS-N

At UDS-N (Natty) I’ll be leading these two sessions: Cluster Stack for Natty The Cluster stack session will be divided in two main parts. The first part we will discuss the current status of the Cluster Stack in Ubuntu, things that have been and haven’t been achieved so far, as well as the features we […]

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